Benefits

Why allow your pet to be bored at a boarding kennel when they can stay in the comfort of their own home?

In-Home Pet Sitting Benefits include:

  • Staying at home in his/her safe, secure environment
  • Being surrounded by familiar sights, smells and sounds
  • Following his/her regular meal time
  • Getting playtime and getting to go on walks
  • Receiving love and personal attention
  • Maintaining medical treatment, when required
  • Having someone responsible in case of an emergency
  • Eliminating the trauma of travel or an unfamiliar environment
  • Helping to ensure good health (no exposure to other animals’ illness or parasites)

Pet Parent Benefits include:

  • Knowing that your pet is in caring, loving hands
  • Having the confidence knowing the pet sitter can deal with other issues – such as giving medication and/or taking him/her to the vet if needed
  • You don’t have the trauma of having to transport and leave your pet at a boarding kennel
  • You don’t have to impose on family, friends or neighbors
  • Feeling your home is more secure (with someone going in and out several times a day)
  • You can have your plants watered
  • You can have your mail and newspaper brought in

Private Puppy/Dog Obedience Training Benefits Include:

The Benefits of Training

Whether it be a new puppy or a dog, there are a number of advantages and benefits. The following are just a few:

  • Puppy classes provide the opportunity for getting your new family member started off right. Puppy classes provide the experiences and opportunities for your puppy to develop interaction skills with other puppies, with people, and in new environments.
  • Puppy socialization has been found to be vital to the psychological health of adult dogs. Puppy classes provide the opportunity for this important facet of your puppy’s upbringing.
  • Training classes provide dog owners the skills and knowledge for dealing with common, normal dog behaviors—starting with puppy behaviors such as housetraining and chewing.
  • No matter what age you start training your dog, foundation training provides the basis for any activity, behavior or job you want your dog to do.
  • Training provides dogs with the basic good manners we all want—from polite greeting when guests arrive, to walking nicely on the leash, to coming when called.
  • A trained dog is a fully participating member of the family—what a reward for the whole family!